Grateful Dead Live at Nashville Municipal Auditorium on 1978-04-22
Looks Like Rain
New Minglewood Blues
Lazy Lightnin' ->
It Must Have Been The Roses
Estimated Prophet ->
Eyes Of The World ->
Not Fade Away ->
Wharf Rat ->
One More Saturday Night
-- Set 2 is seamless
-- Recorded By Joani Walker
-- Thanks to Paul Scotton and Joani Walker for the tapes
-- Thanks to Joe B. Jones for his help with the pitch correction
Subject: Great '78
Post drums is amazing. I'm a big fan of the '78 NFAs, and this is a real good example. Then comes Wharf Rat. It's a slow, mournful version, and then all hell breaks loose when it's time for the guitar solo. The intensity approaches the level of the 5/7/77 version, which I consider to be the definitive all-time great Wharf Rat. It isn't perfect, however, as Jerry unfortunately hits a couple of bad notes during the jam.
Subject: 47 deal go downs
Great sound to these shows taped by this crew they knew there stuff
Subject: Great sounding Aud. Tape
Jerry crushes Wharf Rat!
Subject: Wharf Rat
But the centerpiece of the show is Wharf Rat: it's very nearly perfect, with those majestic harmonies which put the 76-78 versions over the top, and with two pummeling, soaring end jams that are as inspired as anything this band ever played. Magic.
Subject: Another Killer Joani Walker Audience
Subject: Jerry is Smokin'
Subject: Very, Very nice sound
and the recording is more than proper.
I have always really liked these mics and wonder why people almost phased them out post 82.
Subject: Fantastic Upgrade!
Check out the Deal with the chorus repeated 40 plus times! I remember the Wharf Rat as being especially fine too. Thanks to all who worked on putting this source out.
Subject: Walker-Scotton-Miller strike again!
Thanks to Walker and Scotton for sharing this gem!
Subject: Jerry is on Fire and this Souce Does Him Justice
The other AUD up of this show is not very good, but this one is clear and crisp, not too much crowd noise, all instruments are well balanced, all in all an excellent job on this one. Many thanks from the spoiled crowd.
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